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Ichabod Crane?

Despite the catawampus weekend and untrammeled city amblings, which on many levels I’m sure some would aptly claim was flouting grounds of moral turpitude (uh yeah, maybe of my… bank account), so far so good. I confess, the early morning outfit/minimal coffee brigade was slightly annoying… you know, when it’s not one thing it’s six others, and by then you’ve reached a breaking point while shouting ‘f@*k it’ at the top of your lungs. Albeit no one’s listening.

I’ve been meaning to post these photographs for a while, so I pulled them before they narrowly escaped being plunged into the near-retirement section of Picasa. Boring outfit... and the vintage boots, for some bizzarro reason, remind me of Ichabod Crane. Don’t ask me why. lol




Comments

The Paper Doll said…
I'm so jealous of your photos - they are simply amazing :) Do you have some one taking them for you?
Ana said…
Cool pics.
Do you take them yourself?
tammy said…
Your outfit is anything but boring... I love it, the parka is perfect for fall.

I'm jealous of those boots!
Fashion Babbler said…
I love the jacket, so cute!!!
Nature Grafitti said…
lovely, lovely outfit... and these photos are amazing!!
i especially like this one: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_rx3kp1-m3zo/SOk54WYq68I/AAAAAAAAAYo/sgFy3O1ntCU/s400/100_87097.jpg
trendology said…
haha the boots are great
Stompface said…
hahah I don't see why you think that, but I do think you look lovely, and very mysterious!

Great look!
stilettostetico said…
I really like the contast between your carnal, graceful presence and the "graffiti's wall", like a powerful, uncluttered concentrate of urban energy . . .
ps: I would like very much having your opinion on my last article.

A Bientôt, Antoine
Mimi said…
the jacket is adorable.
Anonymous said…
I'm loving the boots. You have a great sense of fashion, and the way you share it with everyone is really unique.

The images are always so beautiful and you're a great writer. You can tell your style is thoughtful and well-crafted!
The Seeker said…
I'm green of envy about your pictures!!!
You do that so well, I wish I could do such creative pictures. Mine are too boring!!!!!!!

I love your style as well your sense of humour. You remimd me my goddaughter who I treasure.

Thank you for caring about my rest... but I'm too adicted to blogging....

xoxo
honey said…
Beautiful pictures!
Couture Carrie said…
I'm not sure which is more fantastic: your vocabulary or your outfit! Great boots!

xoxox,
CC
The Seeker said…
I’ve tagged you in my blog.
Feel free not to do it
xoxo
saray said…
great pics.. love the outfit!
Miss Karen said…
I love the graffiti on the walls. And you look so effortlessly chic too :D
michelle said…
I love the name Icabod! xD
Jillian said…
a stunning photo shoot! you look amazing! i love the jacket it's very plain but wonderful!
nv said…
love your photos, i need to find me a nice place to take my outfit posts
belle.chantelle said…
aww..your blog & pictures are still delicious
I totally added you to the links to see on my blog. lovez iit!
Sydneydoll said…
I TAGGED YOU!

:)
Eelie said…
catawampus? Is that even a word lol. Trust you to find something as quirky as that haha

I'm glad you retrieved them before these met their demise from the virtual death blender of Picasa.

You know, now that you've mentioned Ichabod Crane i too can see the shoes' likeness to his own. Perhaps it the dark no nonsense sturdy look of them? Or perhaps its just cause you said it lol.
Tammy L. said…
You're gorgeous and your blog is realllllly amazing. The outfits, shoes, the pictures! Can't wait to see it all develope!
Anonymous said…
The jacket is great and I while I don't know who ichabod crane is, I think your outfit is well put together. You can't go wrong with killer boot like those and a parka.
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Lisa said…
thanks for the comment love!


you're oh so pretty.

x.
yiqin; said…
The last photo is so beautiful!!!! I want your jacket!
Anonymous said…
Oh wow that last shot is increbile. It's inspiring, does that sound weird. Anyway, you're always beautiful and those vintage boots are TDF!!!!!!

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